Talk:Dangeresque: Puppet Squad

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Frame Rate?

I've noticed that the pop-up makes the main pages they're loaded on go at 24fps to match the Flash file used for this Puppet Stuff. Has this happened before? Is it already documented somewhere? If not, I may as well add it under a Goof.-- 00:55, 11 November 2008 (UTC)


Can someone try to find the name of the URL or Flash file or whatever for this so someone can put in the article? Pretty please -- 01:23, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

Dorian, would you be able decompile the file to see what it loads? Please and Thanks. -- 01:31, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

thanks whoever did it.-- 01:37, 11 November 2008 (UTC) p.s. Szechuan Steve has a Z in it? Seriously? That's weird.

Your Weclome! (Yeah, it has a Z.)ThePizz Pick 01:42, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

"Ahh, I just drank that!"-favorite line --Not Dennis 02:20, 11 November 2008 (UTC)


This page has already been added to the SBCG4AP box. Should it go under "Promotional material"? Currently it's not under any kind of heading. 01:29, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

I corrected that quickly after I made that edit. -- 01:31, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

Possible Goof?

I don't think it's that important, but when Homestar jumps over the second dumpster, the "Jumping" Homestar turns to the left, while the puppet Homestar turns to the right. Is this a good detail or not? X-caliber

Gun + Chuck = ?

I know that this object is known as "nunchuck gun", but couldn't we save time (and make it sound cooler) by calling it the "Gun-Chuck" (with or without hyphenations)? --OX 10:52, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

That's cute, but it's not our place to give things cute nicknames. No one in the H*R universe has called it that. — Defender1031*Talk 15:52, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

'nother 'ge

Anyone notice that the toon has it's own page now rather than the usual puppet stuff format? page title:Puppets on Patrol! Not Dennis 16:59, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

Episode 5 Ref?

I noticed that The Cheat's takeout-hat-thing is supposed to have Trogdor on it, could this be referencing SBCG4AP 5? Strongkinghomsarsmith 21:15, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

I think it's meant to be a General Tso's Chicken box, but with Trogdor in place of the usual dragon. --Belthazar 23:09, 11 November 2008 (UTC)

Sharktooth Bubs Premiere

Isn't this the first real puppet stuff toon that bubs/sharktooth bubs turns up in? If so, shouldn't that be noted? I know he's appeared in regular toons and on the main page, but this is the first ne where he's had a real role, yes? ColdReactive

Trivia or Remark?

When Strong Bad is catching the curly fries, you can see strings attached to the fries. Would that be a Remark or Trivia?

  • Don't-Fly-Curly-Fries. Please-Come-Down. I-Worry-About-You. I-Can-See-The-Strings. -- Didn't wanna log in...

Lack of ending

Isn't this the only Dangeresque thing lacking the now-trademark "So I guess I'm gonna have to jump..." ,or a variation thereof, at the end? --DarkAlex 03:55, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

No, stunt double didn't have it at the end. That said, however, it is the first one not to have the catchphrase at all, but they definitely do jump. --Jay (Talk) 04:25, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
This is also the first Dangereqsue thing that doesn't use Strong Sad as a stunt double. Finally giving him a break I see.

dangeresquePS1... And maybe a goof.

So, I think there might be more Dangeresque puppet-ventures on the way, if the URL is any indication.

Also, the back of Strong Bad's cool shades are white cardboard. Pointy King 05:00, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

For the first point, I thought that too. However, it'd be speculation to say so in the article. As to the second point, I don't think that's necessarily a goof. I figure it was probably just the easiest way to get a pair of shades to fit Strong Bad's husky head, and stay attached: make them. --DorianGray 05:03, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
I thought so at first as well. However, I think this was just a joke on the Dangeresque naming scheme or something else intentional. Didn't we have an article on things like Jibblies 2, where no Jibblies 1 existed? -- 17:45, 12 November 2008 (UTC)
Having a 2 when there's no 1 is a joke. Having a 1 when there's no 2 is a way of saying "we haven't made #2 yet". Still, tey could change their mind or never get around to making a second, so we should leave it be. PS. If you register a user name, you won't have to worry about a dynamically changing IP. :) --Jay (Talk) 17:50, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

Did We?

I think someone should put an inside ref to the fact that the dramatic riff at the end occurs after the line, "Or did you?" Wasn't the last line of The Dangeresque theme on SBSAOTH "Or did I?" with the same riff? WeirdAl 16:00, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

Stunt Doubles

As I do not exactly support the other Anonny's claim that some of the stunt doubles are made of play-doh, I do believe they were made of something else. Frames 3630 and on (the zoom-out scene at the end) show that these are not character figurines. That, and Homestar's head is way freakishly out of porportions. And frames 1887-1898 (when Homestar lands from one of his various jumps) shows his legs bending, which the current figurines obviously cannot do. This also rules out that they aren't made out of play-doh. So, what can we suggest they're made of? -- 20:14, 12 November 2008 (UTC)

Curly Fries

Is it worth noting that the fries have see-through string on them as to create slo-mo?

Also. should it be said that this sort of references Real Live Emails when SB is drinking coffee?

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